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[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part Two
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film continues with details of the case histories. The fracture clinic is shown with the Chief Medical Assistant in attendance...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 3
[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part One
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film starts with shots of the waiting room, a young man is then booked by the almoner. The patient goes in to the examination room...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 4
[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part One
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film starts with shots of the waiting room, a young man is then booked by the almoner. The patient goes in to the examination room...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 9
[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part Three
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film continues with the case histories starting with the end of Case 3 (a woman) and going on to Case 4 (a boy, perhaps around 6 or 7)...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 9
[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part Two
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film continues with details of the case histories. The fracture clinic is shown with the Chief Medical Assistant in attendance...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 7
[movies]The functional treatment of fractures Part Three
The purpose of this film was to disseminate a report by the BMA in 1935 on the revised principles of treating fractures. The four principles the film would like to uphold in the care of the patient is segregation, continuity of supervision, after-care and unity of control. The film continues with the case histories starting with the end of Case 3 (a woman) and going on to Case 4 (a boy, perhaps around 6 or 7)...
Keywords: Fractures; Spine; Rehabilitation
Downloads: 3
[movies]Seizure , The medical treatment and social problems of epilepsy
With high production values, this film dramatises (or semi-dramatises) the plight of a man, Dan Plover, who has epilepsy. Dan is seen drenched through and destitute as he returns to the National Veterans Epilepsy Center, a place where we are told he felt safe in the past, just three months earlier. In cinematic terms, we find out why Dan has returned to the treatment centre by a series of flashbacks...
Keywords: Seizures; Electroencephalography; Rehabilitation; Epilepsy
Downloads: 9
[movies]Seizure , The medical treatment and social problems of epilepsy
With high production values, this film dramatises (or semi-dramatises) the plight of a man, Dan Plover, who has epilepsy. Dan is seen drenched through and destitute as he returns to the National Veterans Epilepsy Center, a place where we are told he felt safe in the past, just three months earlier. In cinematic terms, we find out why Dan has returned to the treatment centre by a series of flashbacks...
Keywords: Seizures; Electroencephalography; Rehabilitation; Epilepsy
Downloads: 25
[movies]Reduction of Colles fracture
A film showing step-by-step treatment for Colles fracture. Metal splnts are manipulated into shape. A patient laying prone on a bed is measured for lint supports. The leg from the knee to the ankle is bandaged. A cage like splint is manoeuvred into position, secured and fixed into place. An intertitle says that Sir John Lynn-Thomas estimated the force at which the force to stretch the structures.
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- History; Fractures -- Rehabilitation; Colles' Fracture
Downloads: 4
[movies]Sugar lump vaccine
This film shows the events of the first mass vaccination campaign in Western Europe using oral poliomyelitis vaccine. It also shows how the vaccine was prepared for use, and ends with an interview with the Medical Officer of Health for Kingston-Upon-Hull in which he discusses the campaign and the way the Public Health Department tackled the problem.
Keywords: Poliomyelitis; Public Health; Rehabilitation; Health Services; Paralysis
Downloads: 36
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 1
This film promotes the novel (at the time) method of providing fracture patients with freedom of movement, which using the examples given, means that the patients are fit and well without further rehabilitation 'reduction, fixation' and 'continued use of the limbs'. The patients are all ordinary people who appear to have work-related injuries. They are shown recovered going about their everyday lives...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Femoral Fractures
Downloads: 14
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 1
This film promotes the novel (at the time) method of providing fracture patients with freedom of movement, which using the examples given, means that the patients are fit and well without further rehabilitation 'reduction, fixation' and 'continued use of the limbs'. The patients are all ordinary people who appear to have work-related injuries. They are shown recovered going about their everyday lives...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Femoral Fractures
Downloads: 12
[movies]Reduction of Colles fracture
A film showing step-by-step treatment for Colles fracture. Metal splnts are manipulated into shape. A patient laying prone on a bed is measured for lint supports. The leg from the knee to the ankle is bandaged. A cage like splint is manoeuvred into position, secured and fixed into place. An intertitle says that Sir John Lynn-Thomas estimated the force at which the force to stretch the structures.
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- History; Fractures -- Rehabilitation; Colles' Fracture
Downloads: 12
[movies]Sugar lump vaccine
This film shows the events of the first mass vaccination campaign in Western Europe using oral poliomyelitis vaccine. It also shows how the vaccine was prepared for use, and ends with an interview with the Medical Officer of Health for Kingston-Upon-Hull in which he discusses the campaign and the way the Public Health Department tackled the problem.
Keywords: Poliomyelitis; Public Health; Rehabilitation; Health Services; Paralysis
Downloads: 10
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 4
Part 4 opens with an intertitle describing 'Case 3' which lasts approximately 10 minutes this involves a man with a fracture of the tibia and fibula. X-rays illustrate the 'deformity'. In the operating theatre, the surgeon prepares the surgical bed (levers and winches are reminiscent of a D-I-Y work bench) then the leg is pinned and secured in place using plaster of paris. The patient returns to the ward and is held in traction...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Prostheses and Implants; Accidents, Occupational; limb damage
Downloads: 5
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 2, Compound fractures
This film opens with the intertitle 'The same plaster fixation which is necessary to immobilise the fracture, also controls the infection satisfactorily'. X-rays and then images of a damaged leg are seen with the bone protruding outward progress at 4 and 6 months is indicated via an x-ray. A female patient is seen pacing around in a garden. Another patient who has had their fingers 'dragged off' by a machine, demonstrates his mobility (he retans use of the thumb joint)...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Prostheses and Implants; limb damage; Accidents, Occupational
Downloads: 7
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 2, Compound fractures
This film opens with the intertitle 'The same plaster fixation which is necessary to immobilise the fracture, also controls the infection satisfactorily'. X-rays and then images of a damaged leg are seen with the bone protruding outward progress at 4 and 6 months is indicated via an x-ray. A female patient is seen pacing around in a garden. Another patient who has had their fingers 'dragged off' by a machine, demonstrates his mobility (he retans use of the thumb joint)...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Prostheses and Implants; limb damage; Accidents, Occupational
Downloads: 8
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 4
Part 4 opens with an intertitle describing 'Case 3' which lasts approximately 10 minutes this involves a man with a fracture of the tibia and fibula. X-rays illustrate the 'deformity'. In the operating theatre, the surgeon prepares the surgical bed (levers and winches are reminiscent of a D-I-Y work bench) then the leg is pinned and secured in place using plaster of paris. The patient returns to the ward and is held in traction...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Prostheses and Implants; Accidents, Occupational; limb damage
Downloads: 7
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 5
Part 5 opens with an intertitle describing 'Case 7' supracondylar fracture of humerus in child aged 5. In keeping with the other parts of the series x-rays are shown. Of interest the child is visibly restrained and anaesthetised using (presumably) ether directly onto a gamgee which is held in place. The child has cast placed around the elbow. A collar and cuff replace the cast. Case 8 is a 'mallet finger' deformity...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Casts, Surgical; Elbow; Ankle; limb damage
Downloads: 17
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 5
Part 5 opens with an intertitle describing 'Case 7' supracondylar fracture of humerus in child aged 5. In keeping with the other parts of the series x-rays are shown. Of interest the child is visibly restrained and anaesthetised using (presumably) ether directly onto a gamgee which is held in place. The child has cast placed around the elbow. A collar and cuff replace the cast. Case 8 is a 'mallet finger' deformity...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Casts, Surgical; Elbow; Ankle; limb damage
Downloads: 13
[movies]Still going places - Wellcome Library
Demonstrates practical ways in which chronically ill or acutely disabled patients of advanced years can be helped to live useful, self-sufficient lives. The film uses case studies from various patients who have become inactive and needed rehabilitation. 5 segments.
Keywords: Rehabilitation; Geriatrics; Physical Therapy Modalities; Geriatrics; Rehabilitation; Geriatrics; Physical Therapy Modalities; Health care personnel
Downloads: 69
[movies]Proud years - Wellcome Library
A film which shows how practical steps can be taken to encourage old people to lead useful lives despite old age, illness or injury. The film begins with a series of elderly people describing their active lives. The film shows the case study of Mrs Lewis, partially paralysed by a stroke, and how she becomes more active again. Other elderly people are shown and it is pointed out that having a strong will and a desire to fight to recover are two of the most important factors in keeping an elderly ...
Keywords: Physical Therapy Modalities; Stroke; Rehabilitation; Geriatrics; Geriatrics; Medical sciences; Physical Therapy Modalities; Stroke; Rehabilitation; Geriatrics; Medical
Downloads: 668
[movies]War Neuroses : Netley Hospital,1917 - Wellcome Library
Shows the symptomatology of shell-shock in 18 British other rankers and its treatment by two leading R.A.M.C. neurologists in two British military hospitals towards the end of the First World War. Captions tell us the men's names, rank, medical condition, details of their symptoms and how long it took to complete the cure, which in one case was in two and a half hours. Clinical features shown include a variety of ataxic and hysterical gaits hysterical paralyses, contractures and anaesthesias fac...
Keywords: World War, 1914-1918; Hospitals, Military; Combat Disorders -- rehabilitation; World war; Armed forces; World War, 1914-1918; Hospitals, Military; Combat Disorders -- rehabilitation; Medicine
Downloads: 3,434
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